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1940-1944. Mason. Senator from the Eighteenth Senatorial Dis-
trict in the General Assembly of 1943; Representative in the Gen-
eral Assembly of 1945 and 1947. Married Miss Miriam Rebecca
McKenzie December 25, 1934. Three children. Address: Troy, N. C.

JAMES VIVL4N WHITFIELD

James Vivian Whitfield, Democrat, Representative from Pender
County, was born in Seven Springs, N. C, July 23, 1894. Son of
James Alexander and Helen Vivian (Powers) Whitfield. Attended
Wallace High School; Horner Military School, Oxford, N. C,
1909-1911; A.B., University North Carolina, 1915; M.A., 1919.
Farmer. Captain in Reserve Corps of the Army, 1915-1917; Com-
mandant Horner Military School, 1915-1917. Military Instructor,
University of North Carolina, 1917-1918. Member, United States
Foreign Service, 1919-1927; served at Montevideo, Uruguay;
Bahia Blanca, Argentina; Havana, Cuba; Matanzas, Cuba
and Monterey, Mexico. Director North Carolina Farm Bureau and
North Carolina Forestry Association. Representative in the Gen-
eral Assembly from Pender County, 1945 and 1947. Baptist. One
child: John Whitfield. Married Mrs. Vivian Bartlet Stevens March
2, 1946. Address: Burgaw, N. C.



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ROBERT LEE WHITMIRE

Robert Lee Whitmire, Democrat, Representative from Hender-
son County, was born in Brevard, N. C, January 21, 1898. Son
of W. P. and Annie Floyd Whitmire. Attended Brevard and Hen-
dersonville High Schools; attended University of North Carolina
Lavi^ School 1919-1921 and admitted to the Bar in 1921. Member
Henderson County Bar Association, North Carolina State Bar and
American Bar Association. Chairman Henderson County Board of
Elections 1922-1924. Hendersonville City Attorney 1923-1932.
Delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1924. Served as
enlisted man in United States Army from April 1917 to Febru-
ary 1919. Overseas 1918-1919. State Senator from 27th Senatorial
District 1927. Candidate for District Solicitor in 1934 and for
Congress in 1938. Henderson County War Bond Drive Chairman
during World War IL Commander Hendersonville Post of Ameri-
can Legion 1923 and 1924. President Hendersonville Rotary Club
1931. Member of Baptist Church, Masonic Lodge, American Legion
and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Married Irene Louise Jones (now
deceased) July 30, 1925, Madge Schacht Watson (now deceased)
September 14, 1937, and Margaret Alice Davenport June 11,
1946. One child, Robert Lee Whitmire, Jr., of Chapel Hill, North
Carolina, born of first marriage. Address: Hendersonville, N. C.

ODELL WILLIAMSON

Odell Williamson, Democrat, Representative from Bi^unswick
County was born in Ash, N. C, November 19, 1919. Son of John
Bun and Love Williamson. Graduated from Waccamaw High
School. Automobile Dealer. Methodist. Captain, Field Artillery,
U. S. Army, April 29, 1942-October 31, 194,5. Representative in
the General Assembly of 1947. Married Virginia Alma William-
son, November 24, 1940. Address: Shallotte, N. C.

EDWARD LEIGH WINSLOW

Edward Leigh Winslow, Democrat, Representative from Per-
quimans County, was born April 13, 1889 at Winfall, N. C. Son
of Dr. Chai-les Cook and Martha Gordon (Leigh) Winslow. At-
tended Hertford High School; North Carolina State College, 1905-
1910. B.E., 1910. Oil Jobber, Farmer, Civil Engineer. Member of
North Carolina Society of Engineers; Rotary Club; Director, Ply-
mouth Country Club. Representative in the General Assembly of



Biographical Sketches 485

1947. Episcopalian. Senior Warden, 10 years; Vestry, 10 years.
Married Miss Maureen Christine McManus, April 17, 1920. Two
children: Edward Leigh Winslow, Jr., and John McManus
Winslow. Address : Hertford, N. C.

JOHN RAYNOR WOODARD

John Raynor Woodard, Democrat, Representative from Northamp-
ton County, was born at Pendleton, N. C, July 6, 1906. Son of
Donald M. and Maggie (Maddrey) Woodard. Attended Buies
Creek Academy, 1924-1925; Wake Forest College, graduating
1930; B.S. Degree. Merchant and Farmer. Town Treasurer of
Conway, 1941-1948; Member of Northampton County Board of
Education, 1942-1943; member of Northampton County Board of
Commissioners, 1943-1948. Member of Masonic Lodge; Scottish
Rite Mason; York Rite Mason; member of Sudan Temple Shrine;
member Roanoke Valley Shrine Club; member of Raleigh Shrine
Club; Master, Pendleton Masonic Lodge, 1943-1948. Baptist;
Deacon, 1939 — ; Sunday School Superintendent, 1940-1946; Sun-
day School Teacher, 1931-1940, 1947-1948. Married Miss Bernice
Norris, June 4, 1933. Two sons: John Raynor Woodard, Jr.; James
Anderson Woodard. Address: Conway, N. C.

SAMUEL OTIS WORTHINGTON

Samuel Otis Worthington, Democrat, Representative from Pitt
County, was born in Winterville, N. C, January 24, 1898. Son of
Samuel G, and Lydia Campbell (Smith) Worthington. Attended
Rural Schools, 1905-1912; Winterville High School, 1912 to 1917;
University of North Carolina, two years of academic work and
two years of law, fall of 1917 through summer of 1921. Attorney.
Served in the Naval Unit of the S.A.T.C. at the University from
September 1, 1918, to November, 1918. Served in N. C. State
Guard October, 1943 to October, 1944. Representative from Pitt
County in the General Assembly of 1939, 1941, 1943, 1945 and
1947. Member Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. Grand Chancellor
of the Order of Knights of Pythias in the State of North Caro-
lina from June, 1930 t o July, 1931. Supreme Representative from
Domain of North Carolina to Supreme Lodge Knights of Pythias,
1938-1948. Episcopalian. Married Miss Bessie Harrison, April 29,
1926. Two children: Lina Hackett Worthington, age 19; Samuel
Otis Worthington, Jr., age 13. Address: Greenville, N. C.



OCCUPATIONS OF MEMBERS OF THE
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF 1949



Senate



LAWYERS

Allsbrook, Julian R.
Earnhardt, Luther E.
Brock, B. C.
Dalton, Chas. C.
Dearman, C. H,
Fountain, L. H.
Gibbs, Frank H.
Halstead, W. L
Hester, R. J., Jr.
Larkins, John D., Jr.
Little, R. E.
McKinnon, Henry A.
Moss, 0. B.
Parker, Frank M.
Phillips, Wade H.
Pittman, J. C.
Price, J. Hampton
Richardson, 0. L.
Rodman, John C.
Shaw, Gilbert A.
Simms, R. N., Jr.
Walker, Hal Hammer
Ward, D. L.
Warlick, G. Andrew
Wilson, Max C.
Woodson, Nelson

FARMERS

Campen, Sam M.
Eagles, J. C, Jr.
Jones, Dr. Paul E.
Little, R. E.
Long, F. D.
Pate, Edwin



Rowe, Roy
Talton, Hardy
Thomas, J. Benton
Vann, Henry
Whitley, Adam J., Jr.

AUCTIONEER

Penny, George T.

AUTOMOBILE DEALER

Vann, Henry

AUTOMOBILE STORAGE

Gass, Rex

BANKERS

Hodges, W. B.
Marshall, Wm. F.
Pate, Edwin

BUILDING & LOAN

Currie, Claude

BUSINESS MEN

Crawford, W. H.
Thomas, J. Benton

DAIRYMAN

Whitley, Adam J., Jr.

DENTIST

Jones, Dr. Paul E.

EDITOR

Weathers, Lee B.

FERTILIZER DEALER

Long, F. D.



Occupations



487



LUMBERMEN

Marshall, Wm. F.

MANUFACTURERS

Rankin, R. Grady
Webb, James

MERCHANTS

Campen, Sam M.
Long, F. D.
Nichols, L. B.
Pate, Edwin
Winslow, J. Emmett

OIL DEALERS

Gass, Rex
Winslow, J. Emmett

PHYSICIANS

Perry, Dr. H. B.
Peterson, Dr. C. A.



PUBLISHER

Weathers, Lee B.

REALTOR

Penny, George T.

SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

Crawford, William Howard

THEATRE OWNERS

Rowe, Roy
Vann, Henry

TOBACCONISTS

Eagles, J. C, Jr.
Gass, Rex
Talton, Hardy



HOUSE OF

LAWYERS

Alexander, Hugh Q.
Allen, Arch T.
Averitt, F. M.
Baldwin, T. Fleet
Bell, C. L.

Blackwell, Winfield, Jr.
Bost, E. T., Jr.
Branch, Joseph
Caveness, Shelley B.
Crissman, Walter E.
Davis, Grover C.
Davis, Roy W.
Edwards, Dan K.
Falls, B. T., Jr.
Fisher, Ralph
Floyd, F, Wayland



REPRESENTATIVES

Fountain, Ben E.
Gantt, Robert M.
Garland, James Boyce
Harding, F. D. B.
Hatch, William T.
Horton, 0. Lee
Howard, Carl W.
Huskins, J. Frank
Jones, Woodrow W.
Kearney, H. C.
Kerr, John H., Jr.
Lassiter, Robert, Jr.
Leatherman, M. T.
Little, J. C, Jr.
Martin, Lister A.
McDaniel, Leslie H.
McMullan, J. H.



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Moore, Larry I., Jr.
Parrott, Marion A.
Powell, J. K.
Pritchard, Warren H.
Pritchett, J. T.
Ramsay, Kerr Craige
Regan, John B.
Roberts, Clyde M.
Scott, LeRoy
Shreve, Clyde A.
Smith, H. B.
Snow, Geo. K.
Story, T. E.
Taylor, Roy A.
Taylor, W. Frank
van Noppen, Leonard H.
Venters, Carl V.
Whitmire, R. Lee
Worthington, Sam O.

FARMERS

Allen, Thomas W.
Arnold, E. 0.
Brown, Frank H., Jr.
Bunn, C. Settle
Dalrymple, Robert W.
Edwards, A. C.
Eggers, S. C.
Fisher, Troy A.
Fountain, Ben E.
Hardison, Burl G.
Hocutt, Ronald
Kilpatrick, Frank M.
Kiser, Roger C.
Litle, Earl F.
Little, Hal W.
Maddrey, C. Gordon
Moore, Larry L, Jr.
Noble, G. N.



Outlaw, Lewis W.
Page, G. Troy
Rackley, Almon E.
Regan, John B.
Royster, Fred S.
Shomaker, R. A.
Slagle, C. S.
Smoot, J. N.
Spruill, C. Wayland
Taylor, William C.
Whitfield, J. V.
Winslow, E. Leigh
Woodard, J. Raynor

AUTOMOBILE DEALERS

Wallace, J. P.
Williamson, Odell

BARBERS

Gobble, F. L.
Massey, Dennis A.

BARBER AND BEAUTY

SCHOOL OPERATOR

Gobble, F. L.

BOOKKEEPER

Hathaway, Clarence P.

BRICK MANUFACTURER

Hanford, E. R., Sr.

BUILDING & LOAN

Kirkman, 0. Arthur

BUSINESS MAN

Shomaker, R. A.

CAFE OPERATOR

Baldwin, H. T., Jr.



Occupations



489



CIVIL ENGINEERS

Tatem, C. W.
Winslow, E. Leigh

COAL & LUMBER DEALER

Divelbiss, J. E., Jr.

CONTRACTOR

VanderLinden, Harry

COTTON DEALER

Greene, H. A.

COTTON GINNER

Page, G. Troy

DAIRYMEN

Moore, Larry I., Jr.
Morris, Harvey

FARM TRACTOR & IMPLE-
MENT DEALER

Dungan, D. C.

FERTILIZER DEALER

Greene, H. A.

GAME WARDEN

Jones, J. W. (retired)

HOTEL OWNERS

Hayman, D. L.
Pass, Fred D.

HOUSEWIFE

Ervin, Mrs. Joe



INSURANCE

Gibbs, H. S.
Hocutt, Ronald
Long, J. Robert
Umstead, J. W., Jr.

JOURNALIST

Ervin, Mrs. Joe

LIVESTOCK DEALER

Cooper, Thos. E.

LUMBER MANUFACTURERS

Collier, T. J.
Gentry, Todd H.

MANUFACTURERS

Bacon, F. P.
Burfoot, Noah
Harris, R. L.
Spruill, C. Wayland

MERCHANTS

Arnold, E. O.
Hardison, Burl G.
Johnson, Edwin R.
Little, Hal W.
Maddrey, C. Gordon
Morris, Harvey
Noble, G. N.
Page, G. Troy
Spruill, C. Wayland
Taylor, William C.
Woodard, J. Raynor

NURSERYMAN

Arnold, E. 0,



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OIL JOBBER

Winslow, E. Leigh

PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

Duncan, J. H.

PHYSICIAN

Bridger, D. H.

PUBLISHER

Blue, H. Clifton

RAILROAD OFFICIAL

Kii-kman, O. Arthur

REALTORS

Dalton, J. McRae
Eggers, S. C, Sr.
Fountain, Ben E.
Gibbs, H. S.
Kilpatrick, Frank M.

SALESMAN

Barker, Raymond C, Jr.

SERVICE STATION
OPERATORS

Baldwin, H. T., Jr.
Morris, Harvey-
Pass, Fred D.
Wallace, J. P.



SUPPLY MERCHANT

Page, G. Troy

SURVEYOR

Corey, A.

TAX CONSULTANT

Blackwell, Winfield, Jr.

TEXTILE MANUFACTURER

Matheson, John F.

TOBACCO COMPANY
EMPLOYEE

Powell, R. G.

TOBACCO WAREHOUSEMAN

Rackley, Almon E.

TOBACCONIST

Royster, Fred S.

TRAVELING SALESMAN

Hayes, Robert Smith

UNION REPRESENTATIVE

Parker, Howard E.



PART vin
OFFICIAL REGISTER



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT

President Harry S. Truman, Missouri

Vice President Alben W. Barkley, Kentucky

THE CABINET

Secretary of State Dean Acheson, Maryland

Secretary of the Treasury John W. Snyder, Missouri

Secretary of Defense Louis A. Johnson, West Virginia

Attorney General Tom C. Clark, Texas

Postmaster General Jesse M. Donaldson, Illinois

Secretary of the Interior Julius A. Krug, Wisconsin

Secretary of Agriculture Charles F. Brannan, Colorado

Secretary of Commerce Charles Sawyer, Ohio

Secretary of Labor Maurice J. Tobin, Massachusetts

NORTH CAROLINA SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS

SENATORS

Clyde R. Hoey Shelby

*Frank P. Graham Chapel Hill

REPRESENTATIVES

First District Herbert C. Bonner Washington

Second District John H. Kerr Warrenton

Third District Graham A. Barden New Bern

Fourth District Harold D. Cooley Nashville

Fifth District Thurmond Chatham Winston-Salem

Sixth District Carl T. Durham Chapel Hill

Seventh District F. Ertel Carlyle Lumberton

Eighth District C. B. Deane Rockingham

Ninth District R. L. Doughton Laurel Springs

Tenth District Hamilton C. Jones Charlotte

Eleventh District A. L. Bulwinkle Gastonia

Twelfth District Monroe M. Redden Hendersonville

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT

Fred M. Vinson Chief Justice Kentucky

Harold H. Burton Associate Justice Ohio

Hugo L. Black Associate Justice Alabama

Stanley F. Reed Associate Justice Kentucky

Felix Frankfurter Associate Justice Massachusetts

William O. Douglas Associate Justice Connecticut

Frank Murphy Associate Justice Michigan

Robert H. Jackson Associate Justice New York

Wiley B. Rutledge, Jr Associate Justice Iowa

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS IN NORTH CAROLINA

JUDGES

Eastern District Don L. Gilliam Tarboro

Middle District J. J. Hayes Wilkesboro

Western District Wilson Warlick Newton



* Appointed March 22, 1949 to succeed J. Melville Broughton, deceased.



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CLERKS

Eastern District A. Hand James Raleigh

Middle District Henry Reynolds Greensboro

Western District Oscar L. McClurd Asheville

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS

Eastern District John Hall Manning Raleigh

Middle District Bryce R. Holt Greensboro

Western District T. A. Uzzell, Jr Asheville

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

For The Fourth Circuit
Judge John J. Parker Charlotte



STATE GOVERNMENT

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT

President of the Senate H P. Taylor Anson

Speaker of the House of

Representatives Kerr Craige Ramsay Rowan

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

Governor W. Kerr Scott Alamance

Lieutenant-Governor H. P. Taylor Anson

Secretary of State *Thad Eure Hertford

Auditor *Henry L. Bridges Guilford

Treasurer *Erandon P. Hodges Buncombe

Superintendent of

Public Instruction *Clyde A. Erwin Rutherford

Attorney-General Harry McMullan Beaufort

Comnnissioner of Agriculture *L. Y. Ballentine Wake

Commissioner of Labor *Forrest H. Shuford Guilford

Commissioner of Insurance *William P. Hodges Martin

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
Justices of the Supreme Court

Chief Justice W. P. Stacy *Raleigh

Associate Justice W. A. Devin *Raleigh

Associate Justice M. V. Barnhill *Raleigh

Associate Justice J. Wallace Winborne *Raleigh

Associate Justice A. A. F. Seawell *Raleigh

Associate Justice E. B. Denny *Raleigh

Associate Justice Sam J. Ervin, Jr *Raleigh

Librarian Dillard S. Gardner Raleigh

Marshall Dillard S. Gardner Raleigh

Clerk Adrian J. Newton Raleigh

Reporter John M. Strong Raleigh

Judges of Superior Court

First District - . . . Chester Morris Currituck

Second District W. J. Bone Nashville

Third District R. Hunt Parker Roanoke Rapids

Fourth District Clawson L. Williams Sanford

Fifth District J. Paul Frizzelle Snow Hill

Sixth District Henry L. Stevens, Jr Warsaw

Seventh District W. C. Harris Raleigh

Eighth District J. J. Burney Wilmington

Ninth District Q. K. Nimocks, Jr Fayetteville

Tenth District Leo CaiT Burlington

Eleventh District J. H. Clement Walkertown

Twelfth District H. Hoyle Sink Greensboro

Thirteenth District F. Donald Phillips Rockingham

Fourteenth District William H. Bobbitt Charlotte

Fifteenth District Frank M. Armstrong Troy

Sixteenth District *Wilson Warlick Newton

Seventeenth District J. A. Rousseau N. Wilkesboro

Eighteenth District J. W. Pless, Jr Marion

Nineteenth District Zeb V. Nettles Asheville

Twentieth District Dan K. Moore Sylva

Twenty-first District Allen H. Gwyn Reidsville

* Constitute the Council of State (Attorney-General is the legal adviser to the
Executive Department).

* Official (not legal) residences.

* Resigned February 14, 1949 to accept appointment as Federal Judge of
North Carolina Western District.



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Special Judges

W. H. S. Burgwyn Woodland

Charles L. Coggin Salisbury

Paul B. Edmundson Goldsboro

Luther Hamilton Morehead City

Peyton McSwain Shelby

George B. Patton Franklin

George A. Shuford Asheville

Emergency Judges

Felix E. Alley Waynesville

H. A. Grady New Bern

Solicitors

First District Walter Cohoon Elizabeth City

Sejond District George M. Fountain Tarboro

Third District E. H- Tyler Roxobel

Fourth District W. Jack Hooks Kenly

Fifth District W. J. Bundy Greenville

Sixth District J. Abner Barker Roseboro

Seventh District William Y. Bickett Raleigh

Eighth District Clifton L. Moore Burgaw

Ninth District Malcolm B. Seavvell Lumberton

Tenth District William H. Murdock Durham

Eleventh District Walter E. Johnston, Jr Winston-Salem

Twelfth District Charles T. Hagan, Jr Greensboro

Thirteenth District M. G. Boyette Carthage

Fourteenth District Basil L. Whitener Gastonia

Fifteenth District John R. McLaughlin Statesville

Sixteenth District James C. Farthing Lenoir

Seventeenth District Avalon E. Hall Yadkinville

Eighteenth District C. O. Ridings Forest City

Nineteenth District W. K. McLean Asheville

Twentieth District T. D. Bryson, Jr Bryson City

Twenty-first District Ralph J. Scott Danbury

HEADS OF ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS, BOARDS
AND COMMISSIONERS

Adjutant General J. Van B. Metts New Hanover

Department of Agriculture . . . . L. Y. Ballentine, Commissioner Wake

Board of Alcoholic Control Carl L. Williamson, Chairman Wake

State Department of Archives

and History Dr. Christopher Crittenden, Director Wake

Art Society Miss Lucy Cherry Crisp, Executive Secretary . Pitt

Banking Department Gurney P. Hood, Commissioner Wayne

Commission for the Blind H. A. Wood, Executive Secretary Lincoln

Budget Bureau R. G. Deyton, Assistant Director Yancey

Building and Grounds George B. Cherry, Superintendent Wake

Department of Conservation

and Development R. Bruce Etheridge, Director Dare

Board of Correction

and Training S. E. Leonard, Commissioner Edgecombe

State Board of Education Paul Reid, Controller Surry

State Board of Elections R. C. Maxwell, Executive Secretary Wake

Employment Security

Commission Henry Kendall, Chairman Cleveland

State Employment Service Ernest C. McCracken, Director Haywood

State Board of Health Dr. J. W. R. Norton, Secretary Wake

State Highway Patrol Under the direction of the

Commissioner of Motor Vehicles
State Highway and Public

Works Commission Henry W. Jordan, Chairman Randolph



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N. C. Hospitals Board

of Control Dr. David G. Young, Superintendent

Mental Hygiene Wake

P. M. Purser, Business Manager Wayne

Industrial Commission T. A. Wilson, Chairman Forsyth

Department of Insurance William P. Hodges, Commissioner Martin

Bureau of Investigation Walter F. Anderson, Director Mecklenburg

Department of Justice Harry McMullan, Attorney General Beaufort

Department of Labor Forrest H. Shuford, Commissioner Guilford

Library Commission Miss Marjorie Beal, Secretary Wake

State Library Miss Carrie L. Broughton, Librarian .... Wake

Local Government Commission . . W. E. Easterling, Secretary Wake

Medical Care Commission Dr. John A. Ferrell, Executive Secretary .. .Wake

Merit System Council *Dr. Frank T. DeVyver, Supervisor .... Durham

Department of Motor Vehicles. . Landon C. Rosser, Commissioner Chatham

Municipal Board of Control Thad Eure. Secretary (Ex-officio) Hertford

Paroles Commission William Dunn, Jr., Acting Commissioner . .Craven

Probation Commission J. Harris Sample, Director Buncombe

Department of

Public Instruction Dr. Clyde A. Erwin, Superintendent. . .Rutherford

State Board of Public Welfare. Dr. Ellen B. Winston, Commissioner Wake

Division of Purchase

and Contract W. Z. Betts, Director Wake

Recreation Commission Miss Ronnie Sheffield, Assistant Director. . .Wake

Retirement System Nathan Yelton, Secretary Mitchell

Department of Revenue Edwin Gill, Commissioner Scotland

Rural Electrification

Authority Gwyn B. Price, Chairman Ashe

Supreme Court Dillard S. Gardner, Librarian and Marshal . Orange

Adrian J. Newton, Clerk Davidson

John M. Strong, Reporter Wake

Department of Tax Research.. W. O. Suiter, Director Wake

Utilities Commission Stanley Winborne, Chairman Hertford

Veterans Commission Jack Famplin. Acting Director Rockingham

Wildlife Resources Com-
mission Clyde P. Patton, Director Wake

World War Veterans'

Loan Fund Mrs. Grace Hinton Malloy,

Acting Commissioner Wake

HEADS OF STATE HOSPITALS, CORRECTIONAL AND
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Confederate Woman's Home Mrs. Lucille McSwain .... Fayetteville

Correctional

White

Eastern Carolina Industrial Training

School for Boys Wm. D. Clark Rocky Mount

State Home and Industrial School

for Girls, Samarcand Miss Reva Mitchell .... Eagle Springs

Stonewall Jackson Manual Training

and Industrial School J. Frank Scott Concord

Negro

Morrison Training School for

Negro Boys Paul R. Brown Hoffman

Training School for Negro Girls Miss Mae D. Holmes Kinston

* Address: Durham, N. C. All other official addresses, Raleigh, N. C.



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Educational

White

Appalachian State Teachers College B. B. Dougherty Boone

East Carolina Teachers College J. D. Messick Greenville

N. C. School for the Deaf Dr. C. E. Rankin Morganton

Oxford Orphanage A. D. Leon Gray Oxford

Pembroke State College Ralph D. Wellons Pembroke

The State School for the Blind E. N. Peeler Raleigh

University of North Carolina:

President * Frank P. Graham Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill Unit, Chancellor R. B. House Chapel Hill

State College Unit, Chancellor J. W. Harrelson Raleigh

Woman's College LTnit, Chancellor W. C. Jackson Greensboro

Western North Carolina Teachers College. W. E. Bird (Acting) Cullowhee

Negro

Agricultural and Technical College F. D. Bluford Greensboro

Elizabeth City State Teachers College S. D. Williams Elizabeth City

Fayetteville State Teachers College J. W. Seabrook Fayetteville

N. C. College at Durham Alfonso Elder Durham

The Colored Orphanage of North Carolina. T. A. Hamme Oxford

The State School for the Blind and Deaf. . E. N. Peeler Raleigh

Winston-Salem State Teachers College . . . F. L. Atkins Winston-Salem

Hospitals
White

Caswell Training School Miss Elizabeth Brown I Acting ) Kinston

N. C. Sanatoriums for Treatment
of Tuberculosis :

N. C. Sanatorium Dr. H. S. Willis McCain

Eastern Sanatorium Dr. H. F. Eason Wilson

Western Sanatorium Dr. C. D. Thomas .... Black Mountain

N. C. Orthopedic Hospital Dr. W. M. Roberts Gastonia

State Hospital Dr. Louis G. Eeall Morganton

State Hospital Dr. Edward N. Pleasants Raleigh

State Hospital Dr. James Murdoch Butner

Negro

State Hospital Dr. Ira C. Long Goldsboro

HEADS OF SOME ORGANIZATIONS OTHER THAN STATE AGENCIES

N. C. Association Clerks

Superior Court W. E. Church, Sec'y.-Treas Winston-Salem

N. C. Association County

Commissioners J. L. Skinner, Secretary Littleton

N. C. Burial Association "^homas Creekmore, (Acting) Commissioner. Raleigh

N. C. Citizens Association, Inc. . Lloyd Griffin, Executive Vice President .. Raleigh
N. C. Education Association . . . Mrs. Ethel Perkins Edwards,

Executive Secretary Raleigh

N. C. Fire Insurance

Rating Bureau Landon Hill, Manager Raleigh

Institute of Government Albert Coates, Director Chapel Hill

N. C. League of Municipalities. Mrs. Davetta L. Steed, Executive Sec'y- • • Raleigh

N. C. Negro Teachers Assn....W. L. Green, Execvitive Secretary Raleigh

Sheriffs Association John R. Morris, Sec'y.-Treas Wilmington

Social Securit.v Board John H. Ingle, Manager Raleigh

N. C. State Bar E. L. Cannon, Sec'y-Treas Raleigh

State Employees' Credit Union . W. W. Jones. Treasurer Raleigh

* Resigned March 26, 1949 to accept appointment as United States Senator.



COUNTY GOVERNMENT

ALAMANCE

Alamance County was founded in 1849 from Orange. The name is supposed
to be derived from an Indian word meaning "blue clay." The county gets its
name from Alamance Creek, on the banks of which was fought the battle between
the colonial troops under Governor Tryon and the Regulators, May 16, 1771.
Population, 57,427 County Seat, Graham

Office Officer Address

State Senator 16th District James Webb Hillsboro

Member House of Representatives. E. R. Hanford, Sr Burlington

Clerk of Court D. J. Walker, Jr Graham

Register of Deeds J. G. Tingen Graham

Sheriff C. H. Moore Graham

Treasurer George Holt Graham

Auditor Walter F. Owen Graham

Tax Supervisor Joe W. Cole Graham

Tax Collector Currie Smith Graham

County Accountant Joe W. Cole Graham

Coroner Dr. H. H. Simpson Burlington

Surveyor W. T. Hall Graham

County Health Officer Dr. Robert King Chapel Hill

Supt. of Schools M. E. Yount Graham

Supt. of Public Welfare G. J. Anderson Haw River

Home Demonstration Agent

White Katherine Millsaps Burlington

Colored Carrie S. Wilson Graham



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